ABSTRACT. Murillo considers the fundamental transformation that has been taking place in the civil law tradition due to the influence of the decodification and recodification processes during the 20th century and their perspective on the future. According to Kedar, the story of civil codification in Israel demonstrates that beyond the common-law - civil-law "mixedness" within Israeli law, the Israeli legal system is also mixed in a more profound sense. Merryman contends that the movement towards "constitutionalism" in civil law tradition displays a number of common features.



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